International Security Yearbook 1984/85 presents an empirical and objective assessment of the events of the year 1984 and 1985 as they affect U.S. security. It seeks to contribute to the national debate on security policies.
1. Events of the Year 2. East-West Military Balance 3. NATO in 1984—An Update 4. Eastern Europe: The Politics of Security Issues 5. The Middle East: Domestic Policy in the Ascendance 6. Southwest Asia: The Crises That Never Came 7. East Asia: A Positive Example for U.S. Interests 8. Latin America: Regional Threats to Western Security 9. Africa: The Retreat of the Nation State